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Stephen Stills’ Tour Details

02:01 PM Monday 9/12/11 | |

As Stephen Stills preps for his solo tour beginning next month, the Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame member nails down the support situation, tapping Josh Hisle for one coast, Pegi Young for the other.

  • Stephen Stills

    "Dream, Believe, Achieve" gala, Los Angeles, Calif.
    May 12, 2010

    (AP Photo / Digney & Company Public Relations)

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The only artist to be inducted into the Rock Hall twice in one night – one for Buffalo Springfield, the other for Crosby, Stills & Nash – Stills will launch his latest road trip at The Birchmere in Alexandria, Va., Oct. 10. Other East Coast stops include Albany, N.Y., at The Egg Oct. 11; Northampton, Mass., at Calvin Theatre Oct. 13; Woodstock, N.Y., at Bearsville Theatre Oct. 14; Atlantic City at Borgata Hotel, Casino & Spa / Music Box Oct. 15; Annapolis, Md., at Rams Head On Stage Oct. 17; a second night at Alexandria’s Birchmere Oct. 18 and a gig at Atlanta’s Variety Playhouse Oct. 30.

Heading westward, Stills plays Aspen’s Belly Up Nov. 12; Denver’s Ogden Theatre Nov. 13; and Phoenix at the Celebrity Theatre Nov. 15 before hitting California for shows in Napa (Nov. 17); San Francisco (Nov. 18); Santa Cruz (Nov. 19) Solana Beach (Nov. 21) and Anaheim (Nov. 22).

Opening for Stills Oct. 10 through 30 will be singer/songwriter Josh Hisle, the Marine vet with two tours of Iraq under his belt whom you may remember from his appearance in the Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young movie “Déjà vu.”

Beginning Nov. 12 Pegi Young & The Survivors take over support duties with Neil’s better half staying on the tour through Nov. 22.

  • Neil and Pegi Young

    Bridge School Benefit, Shoreline Amphitheatre, Mountain View, Calif.
    October 28, 2007

    (John Davisson)

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Most shows are already on sale. Tickets for Stills’ Denver appearance go up this Saturday. Check out StephenStills.com for more information.


Comments

  1. thecoyote wrote:

    05:27 AM, Oct 14, 2011

    I have been a very supportive fan of Stephen Stills' music since the late 60's, but the October 13 show at Northampton was dull and uninspired. His guitar playing was just OK and his voice absent. It was obvious that his band was not of the calabre to resurrect the show, so my son and I decided it was best to leave after song #6. Rainy and sad drive home.